It helps prevent spread of flame
through 'puffing'. When a surface covered by Flamex Fire
Paint is exposed to flame, the coating puffs up and forms
a thick insulating spongy crust which prevents the
penetration of heat to the surface underneath and seals
out the oxygen which fire requires to burn. Not only wood
is protected from damage due to heat when painted with
Flamex, but structural steel which buckles and bends in
high temperature, or concrete, or brick or stone which
disintegrates under the effects of fire is also protected.
For painting of Combustible materials, Woods, Metal
surfaces, Over Coating of Gypswum Boards, False Ceilings,
Electric Meter Boards/Cupboards, Switch Boards, Fire
Escape Doors, Fire Fighting Equipment Boxes, Cable
Carrying Trays, Electrical Cables, Computer Equipment
Rooms, Wooden Platforms over Cable Jointing, Platforms
near Switch Boards, Wooden Racks in warehouses, Factories,
Refineries, Schools, Hospitals, Power Houses Ships,
Residential complexes etc.
Clean the surface thoroughly.
Surface should be dry, paint, rust, oil,
Stir the paint thoroughly.
Apply one coat of FLAMEX FIRE RETARDING
Allow to dry atleast for 4 to 8 hours.
Apply second coat of FLAMEX FIRE
The paint can be sprayed or applied by
This being a Quick Drying Paint close
the lid of the tin immediately when not in use..